Three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Teams Penalized For Rules Violations At Bristol
Three teams that compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – the No. 00, 19, and 30 – have been penalized for post-race infractions committed following the Aug. 21 race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
The infraction for all three teams is a P2 level penalty as outlined in Section 12-4.1 of the rule book and violates sections:
· 12-1: Actions detrimental to stock car racing;
· 20B-12.8.1 Truck failed to meet post-race height requirements
As a result of this violation, crew chiefs Joel Shear (No. 00); Doug Randolph (No. 19); and Doug George (No. 30) have each been fined $5,000. Each team has also been penalized with the loss of 10 championship driver and 10 championship owner points. This includes drivers Cole Custer (No. 00) and Ron Hornaday Jr. (No. 30) along with owners Gene Haas (No. 00), Brad Keselowski (No. 19), and Steve Turner (No. 30).
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